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Falling backstage with horse riding behind the scenes of Chinese movies: Seeing it is enough to know how painful you were fooled!

Horse riding is one of the “special” scenes of Chinese historical movies. If you’ve ever fallen in love with the super cool horseback riding scenes of the marshals, sitting on the screen of China, the series of backstage laughing below will make you feel heartbroken because of disillusionment.

Hot horse riding scene of Trieu Lo Tu in “Tran Thien Thien In The Rumors”

Falling backstage with horse riding behind the scenes of Chinese movies Seeing it is enough to know how painful you were fooled | GameK

But the truth is your fake riding horse

Falling backstage with horse riding behind the scenes of Chinese movies Seeing it is enough to know how painful you were fooled | GameK

This great urge must be very tired

Falling backstage with horse riding behind the scenes of Chinese movies Seeing it is enough to know how painful you were fooled | GameK

In order for these two great associations to ride horses calmly, the crew would take a lot of effort

Falling backstage with horse riding behind the scenes of Chinese movies Seeing it is enough to know how painful you were fooled | GameK

In Thiên Thịnh Trường Ca, the close-ups of the actors are chatting, crews instead of using real horses, they let the actors sit on wooden frames for direct recording.

Falling backstage with horse riding behind the scenes of Chinese movies Seeing it is enough to know how painful you were fooled | GameK

Fake horses are also fitted with springs and have a shake to create a realistic effect

Falling backstage with horse riding behind the scenes of Chinese movies Seeing it is enough to know how painful you were fooled | GameK

In a chase scene, galloping, Tran Khon just sat quietly in the truck, performed the worm and let the supporting actors chase him.

Falling backstage with horse riding behind the scenes of Chinese movies Seeing it is enough to know how painful you were fooled | GameK

In the film Great Dai Song Kieu, Ho Nhat Thien encountered many difficulties when having to get used to riding fake horses and was enthusiastically supported by the crew.

Falling backstage with horse riding behind the scenes of Chinese movies Seeing it is enough to know how painful you were fooled | GameK

Wang Hei De stood on two boxes and acted with imagination. After this scene, the funny actor said, “I learn to ride for 20 minutes”

Falling backstage with horse riding behind the scenes of Chinese movies Seeing it is enough to know how painful you were fooled | GameK

There are crews who also use people instead of props

Falling backstage with horse riding behind the scenes of Chinese movies Seeing it is enough to know how painful you were fooled | GameK

The fake horse is made very real, the face line is a little blurry, seems to create a moving effect

Falling backstage with horse riding behind the scenes of Chinese movies Seeing it is enough to know how painful you were fooled | GameK

Looking at the picture is super cool, but in fact Vuong Nhat Bac doesn’t ride on everybody

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